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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 25, 1960, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and could Washington if next month s. Election in the . Is As close of some experts think it will be the name of the next president May not be known until dec. 13. Or even later. That s when the electoral College meets to make official the results of the nov. 8 voting. Should the 537 electors representing the 50 states fail to produce a majority for Rayone the House of representatives of the 87th Congress which won t organize. Until next Jan. 3, will elect the new presi would t be the first time of electoral College deadlocked and threw the ejection into the Lap of the House but the last time was 135 years ago. The electors will be chosen by the Vot ers in their respective state on nov. 8. Each state is entitled to one elector for each member it has in the House and the Senate. While theore Feally and tradition ally they cast their votes for uie presiden tial nominee who received the largest vote in their state they Don t have to. As recently As 1956 an Alabama elector refused to give his vote to Democrat Adlai Stevenson although Stevenson car lied the state by 85.000 votes Over his re r t 1.7 a i i publican opponent president Eisenhower. Nor do the electors of a stale have to vote As a unit the records show that on 41 occasions a state gave part of its elec toral vote to one candidate and part to another. The electors selected in most states by party conventions or committees will meet in their respective state capitals on dec 19 to cast their votes. That s when complicated political situations in several figure in de Termini no who will be the next president if the november voting is deadlocked Georgia s 12 democratic electors Art not pledged to support sen John f-1 Kennedy for the presidency. If Kennedy carried Georgia on the basis of popular votes the stated electors could vote for vice Prest Dent Richard Nixon or someone else if they wanted similar situation exists in Alabama where Only 5 of the Tell democratic elec tors Are pledged to Back Kennedy Leav ing the other 6if the democrats carry the state to vote for someone else. In Mississippi there Are two sets of dem cratic electors one a pledged while in Lou Sianii the states rights party has a set of a pledged electors. A. $ a 3k of " a h f if the electoral voters so Phot inish in the basis of popular vote results the in pledged electors " could determine the out come and they would Ennedy nor Nixon might get a majority of the total electoral vote to be declared elected they must get a majority--269votest-not -a.vplurality. If the official electoral vote count con ducted Jan. 6 by Adjoint session of con Gress shows that nobody received an elec Torau vote majority the election then 1 would got the in. -1801, to Tow House in elected Ferson Over Aaron r received to electoral votes houses Seveiri Days and 36 Ballo Burro became vice preside in fl825, Andrews Jackson bad of a. Majority Rjohn a Hsi Crawford of t Clay 37, i we Polyi 24 \. A got Seyen tand fou tvs Ive a. Electoral vote always does the candidate Watfa popular vote i electoral votes. " j t a a candidate could win the electoral votes of some states i gins but lose enough others of vote margins to fall Short vote column a expert sees a Kay genetic peril it s getting a bit crowded up there.,-. San Francisco map a Call Fortina official concerned with atomic Energy problems announced he would urge persons undergoing a Ray examination to avoid Ron calving Hydren pm Mcd iat try after. Wards. any person in the reproductive period of life who receives a rays to the body s kids econ runs the risk of prod dung offspring with come genetic change More often than not an unfavourable one he Cald such defects conceivably could include susceptibility. -.to., leu Kemia or infection and mental or physical deformities this position a Asta to by Alex Ander Grendon. Coordinator of atomic Energy development and radiation Protection after Consul tation with or. Herman 3. Musher authority on the genetic effects of radiation and other experts. Month or two or. Muller freely approved the idea when i asked him if it would be advisable. Crendon said. So i am going to advise individuals exposed to a rays to avoid Concep Tion for a month or two anyway. Even if they hold off for a week they will reduce somewhat the chances of producing of f Spring with genetic changes. Two weeks is belter a month better yet and two months is Best. This oven s not apply to dental or Chest a Raya. Which produce Little or no Hazard. It. Applies Only to a Ray i of the lower Torso. And i would not advise a person to refute a needed a Ray for the Sake of Fertility. If a doctor says an a Ray is needed. Hie individual should accept this As a. Ilij � ? 3-.-, a so 1lph so a pcs a Woei Bif a Silt to 3t to Watt to it Church Leader Dies Middletown pa., up1 the Rev. Roberts Marsden i widely known educator and Clergyman who helped found the orthodox denoms nation of the presbyterian Church died while attending ser vices at Calvary orthodox Presby Terian Church Here if Tunit if tin if in it net to Matt Linn h in Sci 0131 hu1 it i Itutti nth i Jim tilb4.�tt Stu Man to Tusk a � a in til 1?i his to web Tometi or a sssTk31uata a i two Tor i960 ictus i Ujj Wuu Tiu it a Etc pkl2i 9 i Tell a deep s?1c� i 5 3 e5 a to Huffst i ukr irs a la flt a Ipi a/2c . Kanjiro Whyl of Foley Mann space at the Nasonal space Sarve Aiice con porn tit to the too and listing orbiting objects in troc in Ter at Bedford mass courier a tvs is the list listed empathy of brother wins divorce los and a twin who nays he hurts when his twister hurts to to Floetl for her. At a divorce hearing. I Huip 1 Eliuk 22. Told Supe rior judge Fgeorge Dock Veiler he often was affected by the cruelty mrs. I Lillis Bittner said Vul inti tried on her by her Hus band Paul Bittner 27. To Sufaine about bruises he Fialua had seen of her body Fellick a asked by attorney Loyd Saunders did this Hurt you too?".it Cha Only did i answered Fellick. Mrs. Bittner won the divorce by default. Britain to renew London Tupi Britain and the United Arab Republic will re sume full diplomatic. Relations nov. 15 with an announcement of the appointment of ambassadors. The new British ambassador in Cairo win be Harold Beeley at present Deputy head of the British Mission to the United nations. British consulates Are also expected to be established in Alex Andria and Damascus 1. Lunar phase feared Providence h. I. Up re ply from a detective when asked if there was any news breaking Check tomorrow. There s a full moon.". " new York business week Magazine reports that a. Export to West Europe have been increased nearly 50 per cent largely a a result of slackened re fictions on imports by european gun Trees our exports to France Are Inov no at a 65 per cent higher rate than in 1959," id the Magazine. Which circulates almost entirely Mong businessmen. Our exports to Italy Are stepping along at nearly a go per cent greater Pace precisely How much of these in creases can be ascribed directly to the Trade liberalizing moves such As casing of quotas and currency controls if . Unquestionably other actors have played major roles in boost ing our sales in Europe especially the fact that. Europe is currently enjoying an economic boo i and the a. Government a part promo Tion programs doubtless have Hac some elfect.-. ,-.4.,. ".-. A. Export of commercial aircraft was Sio veil in. 1359 ,becau5ib of the Industry s gradual charge Over from propeller to ,. Jet engines. Arid europeans delayed Cotton Purchase while . Supports shifted and brought Cotton euro Peak edition col rid Way f. Smith or. Osa it col John j. Caulfield Usan Arnold Burnett ,.jack Ellis. Homer a. Cable .ji.v."". Elmer d. Frank. Pred Dioio j=." Doht tar of Newi by flirt Washington Ojo r 25ji a Londo Tushy p6tk a. My 1t5 or Tedd Ringlon lock 2843. E to i and il1\1jc.-1 i Kaytser Slauter a Heim c 8m02?Munich. Nur Piberg. A tciii7 Fot Ruforda pm f 145 i x a Ftp. _ i to = of a aisle Chariw Gurbux m 39-9flr la ,w3 j a84225vi9�n com Cheue i 776 Metz 1c 6b66195.---. -.x. Morcos a Paris a Boulac 54-00 my Bel Cmok a ?.an. A Techo any ,0

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